St. Augustine of Canterbury - Roller Banner RB736
Artwork by the Benedictine Sisters of Turvey Abbey
Feast Day: 27th May.
Augustine of Canterbury, Bishop. Sent by the pope,
St. Gregory the Great, in 597 to evangelise the Anglo-Saxons in England. Called
the 'Apostle of England'. He built a cathedral and monastery at
Canterbury and also established sees at Rochester and London.
The original artwork by the Benedictine Sisters of
Turvey Abbey also shows a Canterbury Cross styled on a Saxon brooch design
synonymous with Canterbury. It is also used to symbolise the Anglican
Roller/Pull-up Floor Standing Banner: These banner features
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banner to achieve a commanding height of up to 2m.and printed on a 300gsm grey
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concealing the base unit and allowing your design to take centre stage. The
compact base allows the Roller Banner to function in environments where space
is limited. The unit weighs 5.6kg and comes with a padded carry bag.
*180 day warranty from date of delivery with any mechanical or print fault.
Dimensions: 2000mm x 850mm
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